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Hyatt surgery a success

Jamaica Observer article.

Kingston, Jamaica - Cricketer Danza Hyatt is eyeing a return to action as soon as possible after successfully undergoing surgery on a broken nose he suffered in a recent national practice game.

Hyatt injury highlights need, but JCA says it can't afford one

Jamaica Observer article.

Kingston, Jamaica - There are mixed views from within the Jamaica Cricket Association (JCA) regarding the need for the presence of a team doctor at national squad matches or training sessions.

JCA targeting April date for Sabina lighting

Jamaica Star article.

Kingston, Jamaica - Jamaica Cricket Association (JCA) president, Wilford Heaven, says his administration is working to provide Caribbean Premier League (CPL) officials with something 'meaningful' as it relates to floodlights at Sabina Park by the end of April.

Jamaican victory pleases skipper Bernard

Trinidad & Tobago Newsday article.

Port of Spain, Trinidad - Dave Bernard was pleased with the six-wicket victory attained by his team Jamaica against Ireland in their Zone A meeting of the NAGICO Super50 Cricket Tournament at the Queen’s Park Oval on Monday evening.

Hyatt to know today if surgery is required for nose break

Jamaica Observer article.

Kingston, Jamaica - Batsman Danza Hyatt will know today if he will require surgery to fix a nose break he suffered after being hit by a delivery from pacer Andre Russell during a national practice match at Sabina Park over a week ago.

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